Andrew Greenough as Mace in Taboo for the BBC.Spotlight IMDB Website
Roycey started his career in stand-up comedy over 24 years ago and today he is – without question – one of the most exciting unscripted comedians in the country. His talent to go out and perform in front of any audience – without a long script of prepared jokes – is what makes Roycey so unique and in demand.
The last few years have been an incredible time for Ian. Since Day One, he has worked tirelessly on The X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent and Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, not just as “TheWarm Up Man” but as the act that keeps the show alive during breaks and set changes. As such, he has carved out a reputation as television’s leading comedy turn.Website Twitter
Melissa was born without her right hand and forearm and was one of few aspiring actors to be accepted into drama school. She is now an ambassador and campaigner for actors with disabilities, helping to break down the barriers faced for disabled actors and changing perceptions of disability.
She is Co founder of TripleC with Coronation Street actor Cherylee Houston. TripleC is a disabled led organisation that use drama and theatre based workshops to enrich the lives of people living with disabilities. Running drama workshops in special educational needs schools, setting up a weekly youth theatre for teenagers with disabilities/illnesses and drama workshop days for adults with disabilities.
Melissa as Imogen in Coronation Street.Spotlight IMDB Twitter
David is currently in Imperium Parts I & II at the Gielgud Theatre.
Toby has recently finished filming Different for Girls.
DIFFERENT FOR GIRLS is a three part drama series featuring a group of lesbian and bisexual women whose lives and loves revolve around children, marriage, betrayal and divorce. Delve into their world and discover the Real Lesbian Housewives of West London!
You can find ALL Different for Girls: The Whole Story on https://www.vimeo.com/ondemand/dfgSpotlight